Loyalist forces and Islamic State advance in Southern Damascus, and General Administration of Camps empties camps in Northern Aleppo

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 28 أبريل، 2018 12:06:56 م تقرير عسكرياجتماعيإغاثي وإنساني تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية

Local and field news:

On Friday, the Islamic State seized locations in the town of Yalda, Southern Damascus, after clashes with the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and its affiliated Islamic battalions. ISIS withdrew from locations in the al-Qadam district, which the loyalist forces subsequently seized.

A local source reported that ISIS gained control of the Japanese hospital in the perimeter of Yalda after clashes with the Jaysh al-Islam and Jaysh al-Ababil, whose defense lines were weakened when the loyalist forces bombed their locations. Four fighters from both parties were killed during the clashes.

Local activists said that ISIS withdrew from most of the al-Madanyiah area of the al-Qadam district, leaving the area to the loyalist forces, who subsequently launched a military operation against ISIS.

Also on Friday, the Syrian Red Crescent began to evacuate injured people from the towns of Yalda, Babila and Beit Sahem (7 kilometers south of Damascus).

An anonymous military source reported that the military committee representing the three towns reached an agreement with Russia and the loyalist forces to evacuate 15 injured people.

In Northern Syria, the General Administration of Camps decided to empty all displacement camps in Northern Aleppo of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the areas controlled by the Euphrates Shield factions.

The general administration gave the camps' residents until Monday to evacuate the tents and trailers, threatening to prosecute those who try to sell tents and trailers, according to a statement obtained by SMART.

The manager of the Northern Aleppo camps, Omar Zeidan, reported that the decision to evacuate the IDPS came from the Turkish government, which aims to settle IDPs from Eastern Ghouta in the camps.

On Friday, dozens of IDPs from Eastern Ghouta demonstrated against the administration of the al-Bal camp in northern Aleppo, Northern Syria.

One of the IDPs said that they demonstrated due to a lack of humanitarian and medical aid, adding that the camp's manager, Fahd Hassoun, forbids organizations and associations to distribute aid to the IDPs without his supervision.

Also on Friday, an explosive device and gunshots killed a fighter from the Syrian Liberation Front and another from the FSA and injured four others, including a sharia official from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) in the governorate of Idlib, Northern Syria.

Local activists reported that an unknown shooter shot the fighter Abdul Rahman al-Inani from the Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement near the village of Mosaibin (10 kilometers south of Idlib), killing him instantly.

Local activists questioned the necessity of the Salvation Government's announcement a state of emergency in Idlib, Northern Syria. The Salvation Government only has power in Idlib and certain nearby villages, and does not have the support of all opposition factions.

The Salvation Government operating in the HTS-controlled areas announced a state of emergency in the governorate of Idlib after numerous explosions and killings hit the area.

In accordance with a ceasefire agreement, the Syrian Liberation Front and the HTS exchanged detainees in Southern Idlib, Northern Syria.

An anonymous media official of the Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement reported that the HTS released 21 fighters and the Syrian Liberation Front released 26 fighters, adding that the exchange was made near the village of Hazarin (38 kilometers south of Idlib).

In Southern Syria, parts of the governorate of as-Suwayda were flooded during the second day of a rainstorm.

Rainwater submerged districts in as-Suwayda city and other cities and towns of the governorate, and activists exchanged videos of streets being hit by rain and hailstones.

Also, floods submerged the streets of the city of Busra ash-Sham, 38 kilometers east of Daraa, Southern Syria, and the nearby city of Maarba and its surrounding displacement camps, causing damage.

The Civil Defense official of the eastern sector of Daraa governorate, Kamal al-Qadiri, said that the floods in as-Suwaida submerged the city of Daraa, especially the city's eastern districts. Volunteers worked on draining the water and blocking streets to prevent the water from flooding more districts.

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تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 28 أبريل، 2018 12:06:56 م تقرير عسكرياجتماعيإغاثي وإنساني تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية
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